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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 30 September 1909

mlovES w'4r ntt tt nw -Warm c i I MOLLY OFTHE r?7 ELLIOT K LLUtSTmvom by RAY WALTERS SYNOPSIS. At 14 jrcara of iro Ailmlrnl Sir Peter Mawkshaw'a noplicw, Hlclinrd Slyn, fell deeply In love at first sight with I.aily Arabella Storninnt, who Fpurneil his at tentions. Tha lad, an orphan, was Riven a berth ns midshipman on tln AJax hy his uncle. Olios Vernon, nephew of Blr Thomas Vernon, beenmu tint boy's pnl. Thy attended a theater where Hawk haw's nephew saw Lady Arabella. Ver non met Vhlllp Overton, next In line for Hlr Thomas Vernon's estate. They start ed a duel which was Interrupted, Vernon, Overton nnd Hawkshaw's nephew found themselves attracted by pretty Lady Ara bella. The AJax In battle defeated Trench warships In the Mediterranean. Richard Qlyn Rot 2,000 prlzo money. He was called home hv Lady llawknhnw as he was about to "blow In" his earnings' with Vernon. At a Hawkshaw party (ilyn dis covered that I.ady Arabella was a poor but persistent Rambler. He talked much with her c...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 30 September 1909

I 4 11 1 1 imnni nwii 1 ' ; The Republican, (Successor to Ti(K Di'.Mockat.) i W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Entered in Ui Post Office at Versailles, Missouri .is second class mail matter. Subscription Price, fl.00 n Year. Phone No. 103 Advertising Rates. Dliplay Ritvt I tinliif; tiy Hie ye.tr. to nveroRe lour IncliM. or more, 814c. vt Inch ench liur. fluff sloniil cards, chic inch, &1 cents Jwr muiitli.two Incite, 15 centh per moiitlt. l.'ic.il- -five Hn: 01 mer. 5 cents per line for ful In-iilion, .'iic. er line f .1 ench auWqtii-nt I in. In hind, type H cents per line for lint Iiiietlinii, 5 centh per line for e.ich Mihf 1, iiiit in-e.tijii j.iKil.iilieiliniii; nt legil rate. ftl eci.r! in'.is 011 pnKe ailvi'rliMtneiili. Titr OLan Independent deal with the hldon Advertiser Ml through, an the Independent "'ill he con tinuetl at Olean, and made better lli.in ever, the business men of (Mean cannot afford to give up so good a thing a? their newspaper, the only tiling that l:eeps her ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 30 September 1909

I- f r H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. Kttlitnrr 'Ption 39. 74. On lo K. A. Williams for Banana: and Oranges. Klwyn Price, Worshipful Master of Versailles l.-jtljje No 117. A. F. & A. M.. is attending Grand Lodge at St. Joseph, Mo., this week. For Sole Good property, 6 ronin house, lots of fruit. Call at this office. The Versailles Hasket Hall team played with the Kidnn team at Kldon Saturday, resulting in a victory for Versailles of 17 to 0. hupion Oil is the best for all pur poses, ei.pi dally the inculiator, ,r gallons f if U0 cents, at IJ. A. Wil liams'. Dr. I'.eitle has put down a fine concrete sidewalk on the Fisher street side of iiis residence property a bir improvement. Fo-tfnle Or Trnde. Three or four standard make Type writers, in fine condition and at a great sacrifice. Also a good talking machine and records cheap. II. (J. ClIAI.KANT, Versailles, Mo. O. P. M. Bicrsach, Colo., has onr thanks for Telluride, remittance t Mending his rubseription lo Sept. 18th. lOiO. '1 ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 30 September 1909

Autumn w ' Fill tropfe. Ii If III' Tlie costume iit the loft Ib of soft cloth In a "dregh of wlno" shade, trimmed with a heavy raised embroidery In the same shade. TIiIk emliroldery simulates n bolero and trims the underskirt. The pilncess tunic In ornamented at the bottom with buttons and forma n sort of tabier ntttuhed on each side to a girdle of the ni'atiiinl, the rounded ends of which are fut'-ned with buttons. The yoke l.s of white lace borden d on each side with a band of taffeta or liberty. The other costume Ik of plum colored tnffeta or cloth. It forms a princess tunic with little Hleccs and Is turned up at the bottom. It Is ornamented In fiont with straps ol cold and passementerie buttons, and Is Mulshed around tho lied; ami sleeves with a cord embroidery. The iindcrslccvi-s are of Irish lace colored to match the gown, nnd the little chemisette Is of white tucked tulle. The lower part of the skirt is gath ered at the top and set on underneath the tunic, forming n deep llou...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 30 September 1909

BABY CARRIAGE IS VERY OLD Perambulator Built More Than a Cen tury Ago Resembles the "One Hoss Shay." A baby carriage, which has the reputation of being tho oldest In tns country, la In tho possession of a Bay stnto ninn. Known to be over n hundred years rtid and the property of ono family for over half a century, this ancient perambulator belongs nt present to S. 1). Dudlngton of Leyden. This great-grnndfathcr of all tho baby vehicles and perambulators In the country Is In Itself no perambula tor at all says the HoKton 1'ost. It 5s a truo "baby carriage." Not only In shape, but In construction, It re sembles Oliver Wendell Holmes' One Horso Shay." It Is, In fact, built In every smallest detail after tho modol of tho two-wheeled chaises such as were used by the elite of a century ngo. According to Mr. nudlngton, the small sons and daughters of whose family have for tho last fifty years been hauled about In the old carriage, no ono knows tho exact history of the carriage. Tho address ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 30 September 1909

Pineules 30 dayft treatment for $1.00. Satisfaction guaranteed of money refunded; For the Kidneys, Bladder and Rheumatism. RELIEVES HERE, ARE A FEW OF PRICES' SPECIALS. BACK-ACHE 0: . Will 8A.I.B BY OI.OMB DHUO Stl)RB. Just received, a car load the following prices for the Per Bbl. $1.20 50 lb. sack, 25c Economy Eg gal. $1.00 Pints, Mason 80c gal. Pv5 B3 Pints, 50c Oil and Gasoline Coal Oil 7 l-2c per gallon. Gasoline, 20 and 25 cents per gallon, Help build up your home town by patronizing home interests. Leave your orders with us for Ice and Flour. We carry a full line of Fresh and Cured Meats, also a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries. Get our prices on Produce, we can make you money. We want your business, it will pay you to look us up. C. H. PRICE. i E3 ft Out or Tha Clngar Jar. If you are acquainted with Happiness introduce him to your neighbor. Keep your word and your word will keep you. It is better to make a few mistakes than to do nothing at all. When it is as broad at...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 7 October 1909

Morgan County Republ icah. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. ! ' - i- ; yy tf, . V Tenth Year. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, October 7, 19ti9. No. 38. ., ' . . j ' . - ' 2- asasVsVssMMssVHHsaMsMI THE FAIR &bina Out f ustness Tlife BUZZER Two Big ComWied Stocks of $20,000.0 Worth of Merchandise Slashed Below the Half-way Mark. A few days ago Mr. H. TV Mills traded his interest in The Fair Store to Mr. Q-eo. Emo of Sedaliav Mb., for certain real estate holdings, and retired from the business. Before Mr. Emo t;6ok possession W. T. Petty made him a Spot GsH offer for his interest, at what everybody knows to be a ridiculous sacrifice, Important Notice. "The Fair" Store and "The Buzzer", next door west, have consolidated, but will remain in the store room's now occupied by ihem, and beginning WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1909, the most sensational sale ever heard oT in Morgan County will be inaugurated and continued until levery shelf is empty,...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 7 October 1909

Morgan County Republican W. w. Klnloch, Publisher. 1 IF.THEY penetrate ,as far aS'wall street VERSAILLES, MISSOURI r . . . - Now the suoth pole might ns well come In and surrender.,. COOK'S RECORDS BROTHER OF PUBLISHER OF NEW YORK WORLD USES POISON AND BULLET. Mexico h(i8 been.glving a llfellko Imitation of Noah's flood." EXPLORER AGREES TO ASK CO PENHAGEN UNIVERSITY TO WAIVE PRIOR CLAIM. WAS IN FEAR OF Aeroplanes need something com parable to nonsklddlng tires. PU LITZE R SUICIDE AMERICANS VIEW Lament of the north polo discov erer: "Nowhere to go but south!" Why curl up In despair at the 'sight of n yellow leaf when the swimming Is still good? Purls plans to Introduce a flying omnibus. It will make the under ground transportation popular. Why go to tliu north pole? Medl clno'Hat Is getting ready to turn out n superior line of goods from Its weather factory. The king of Greece wants to give up his Job. And there do not np pear to be many applicants un tho waiting list for succession...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 7 October 1909

JHRABBbM SYNOPSIS. At U years of aco Admiral Blr Peter lawkshaw'a nephew, Hlchnrd Qlyn. fell eeply In love nt first sight with Lady irabella Btormont, who spurned his at tentions. The lad, an orphan, was given i berth as midshipman on the AJax by Is uncle. Olles Vernon, nephew of Sir .nomas Vernon, became the. boy's pal. .hey attended a theater where Hawk haw's nephew saw Lady Arabella. Ver !FnJPet Philip Overton, next In lino for 'lr Thomas Vernon's estate. They start d a duel which was Interrupted. Vernon, nerton and Uawkshaw's nephew found hemselvea attracted by pretty ldy Ara bella. The AJax In battle defeated French farshlps in the Mediterranean. Richard llyn got 2,000 prlto money. He was tilled home by Lady Ifawkshaw as ho ras about to "blow In" his earnings with fernon. At a Howkshaw party Glyn dls overed that Lady Arabella was a poor lut persistent Rambler. Ho talked murh rlth her cousin Daphne. Lady Arabella gain showed love for gaming. Later she leld aiyn and Overton priso...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 7 October 1909

The Republican, (Successor, to Tmk Dkmocrat,) W. W. KJiMK?I. Proprietor. MlsUn th Office at Versailles, 'AMqid class mail matter, Sit;criptio Frr?- fl.OO.a.Year. Phsaa tim. Advertfslns Rates. Eliply iWertllntr, by the year, to averse four inehes of more,.Me. P?f Issue. t'roicsslonsl cards, one fuch, SOcrit per month; two Inches, 75 cents pr month. ' Ijcals fire llneft or over. 5 cent per line for ' fir t Insertion; :,Sc. per line for each subsequent in ift I Ion. In black type 10 cents per line for fitit insertion, 5 cents per line for, each subse quent insertion. i,gl ailvertivlm at leal rates. special rsteson page advertisements. Pleo.sc look at the date after your name, and if about a year in arrears try and fix it so we can get our money we need School Note. The following-named pupils are those who made the best and next best average . grades in lessons and deportment in each of the grades in school for the month just closed: 1st grade. 1st Thelma Woolridge 87 2nd Lucille Pelbam...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 7 October 1909

J. .- Come and See This Handsome Portfolio of Made-to-Measure Garments We can now supply you manrtailored: garments,, made to your individual measure, for little more than ready-made prices. An ex perienced fitter takes all your measurements-right in our store. And we guarantee satisfaction,. The garments are made bjr Ameri can Ladies Tailoring Co., Chicagou-the leading concern in their line. Choice of 180 Cloths The Fashion Portfolio which we have m our store shows the very cream of all the fall and winter fashions. Each style is shown in a large way, in colors. You can see every detail of how it will laok. - .There are 24 suit styles, 18 skirt styles, and"i2 styles of coats. There are also 180 styles of cloth the finest selections from all the new weaves. Any garment you 1 select will be made to your measure- in any cloth you -select. That means a larger variety thau you could find: in the largest store in America. The Convenient Plan An experienced fitter in our store, takes all ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 7 October 1909

Millinery By JULIA BOTTOMLEY. JUST now there Is nothing more In teresting to the shopper than the milliner's windows. They are abloom with their autumn millinery, nnd their offerings seem much more to the tasto of the average woman than were the early showing!) of the season Just paused. These new huts will not ho the sport of the caricatur ist, as many modes for spring were. They nre not startling, and they are elegant and attractive. Damo fashion seems to have adopted a new fad Judging by the new fall stayles, It Is faBhlonablo to ho sensible in choosing at hat. Them Is a drift toward dur ability In all millinery and especially In hats for the street. Hats of silk, cloth or leather pro domlnato and trimmings are of quills, wings, wollmndo fancy feathers com bined with ribbon, velvet or mallne. This lust looks fragile but since the process of waterproofing, It has been discovered, It holds Us own with other millinery fabrics. Three pretty new models lllustrato the season's modes. T...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 7 October 1909

HIS LOVE NOT REAL ARTICLE A NUR8LV8 EXPERIENCE. HAVING FUN WITH A BANKER HEALTH TOO PRECIOUS Protestations Proved Palis Whin Woman's Wit Put Glib Admirer to the Test. , A reporter ventured, on John D. Rockefeller's seventieth birthday,, to question him about his very remark able present, a jar of petroleum but ter, the latest by-product of Standard 'Oil that the remarkable Standard Oil 'chemists have evolved. ' Mr. Rockefeller, however, would not discuss the petroleum butter. He shook his head, laughed, and said: "Young man, I am ignorant about this butter. 1 am as Ignorant as the man In the fable. "There Is a fablo, you know, about a man In an eastern city who fol lowed a lady about tho bazars and shops a long time. Finally she turned and said: '"Why do you follow me?' " 'DecauBC,' ho answered, 'you are very beautiful, and my soul goes out to you In love.' , "Tho lady smiled and said: " 'But I am not half so beautiful as my sister there.' She pointed to the fountain in the square. ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 7 October 1909

sj'JS1" lf.;vra"n.rr-,iii Piiieules 30 days' treatment for $1.00. Satisfaction guarantee or money refunded. For the Kidneys, Bladder and Rheumatism. HERE ARE A FEW OF PRICES' SPECIALS. RELIEVES BACK-ACHE w.. FOH HAfc,K BY GLOBK DRUG ftTOUK, 4' ;40c 15c 5c "6&c JusUJved, acr loafi o'r Salt, and will make the following prices for the next 30 days: Per Obi! 45120 100 lb. sack, 50 lb. sack, 25c 25 lb. sack, Economy Fruit Jars gal. 51.00 Quarts, Pints, 65c Mason Jars 80c Quarts, ipirrts, 50c Oil and Gasolinfc Coal Oil 7 l-2c per gallon. Gasoline, 20 and 25 cents per gallon. Help bmid up your home town 'by patronizing home Srrterests. Leave your orders with us for ke and -Flour. W carry a full line of Fresli and Cured Meats, also a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries. Get our prices on Produce, we can make you money. We want your busitvess, it will pay you to look us up. C. H. PRICE, Butcher and Grocer. THE Latest in Millinery Will be found mt THE MILLINERY STORE Norili Mohtoa Str...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 October 1909

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Tenth Year. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, October 14, 1909. No. 39. Scattersa Mems. , There has fetch eoniiilcrable clover tiUiiiK nini; oh during the post week or ' btit the rain, which wns badly ni-eiled 'f 'i Whe.it sowing ha Rt.ippeil the hull- '.' Tcrs. fast wfek Mr. Wilhlte returned from 1 a feasant visit with friends and relatives Hit Siliiie county. I John Itusxel, of "Eldrki, tretmnecl home tsunilsjrom Kedalia, where he sold 80 Ulead of cAttle Snturlny,, which he hail Mriven from Milfer eo'lllty. Frank and John Driver nch wilt soon Ai-ue their new houses col'hpltteil. they (ir iiaui rnntillv milliner nil flip fi lliallltltr 1 I i r r. r 'touches and wilt soon ti'ove in. The early sown whetft hai comt; up nicely and seems alright although Mine cnmpluiti of fly. Scverat liave not yet finished. Mr. Notfleet last -weclh -sold JoKfc 'SVtiiiunep a spin of "yoiinjj mules and ti...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 October 1909

i a. i 7 IMIIIHIIIIIIMIIIIIII J NEWS FROM MISSOURI I iKMniiiiUMiiiinni Shot and Then Tied to Tres. Michael Baker, a storekeeper at Hean Lake, about 20 miles south of St. Joseph on the Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy railroad, was held up In his store by three men, two white and ono negro, who robbed him of $40. Baker was then forced to walk with the men to a point near Armour Station, at Sugar Lake, where the robbers began to strip the clothes from him. He be lieved they Intended to murder him and throw his body Into the lake and In resisting ho was shot In the fore head by the negro. The robbers then tore his shirt Into strips and tied him to a tree near the railroad track, warning him -..at ho would uo killed If ho attnmnteil to free himself. The robbers walked up the track toward. Armour and half an hour later Maker managed to free himself. He walked back to Bean Lake, arriving about 3 o'clock In the morning. Cut Plumes From Women's Hatts. While members of the grand lodge of the...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 October 1909

fbrgu Couity Repiblkii W. W. Klnloch, Publisher. DELICACY OUT OF SEASON Thfe &IOOO22 Cap for an ear VERSAILLES, MISSOURI Wages aro going up. Hero is where all the Idle railroad rolling stock begins to roll. Since water Is so scarce on Mars terhaps they All the canals with kerosene. The next (eat Is now to discover a means of communication with the men In Mars. There are sharks off Atlantic City, though so far as Is known no hotel keepers have taken to the Bait sea. If you want to get Into the nobil ity keep away from Prussia. To bo made a duke you have to pay a tax of 2,400. Santos-Dumont flies with wings con taining only nine square yards of sur face. They will yet bo reduced to vest-pocket size. Spanish General Weyler says a pol icy of foresight would have avoided the Catalonlan trouble. Ho knowB how it was in Cuba. As flying comes into general use a better term than "aviation" will, no doubt, be found. That term Is too Nfli-toned for arnnnrnl rnninmnflmi " Jff the Skating sea...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 October 1909

' The Republican, f (Successor, to Thk Dkmockat.) W. V. KINLOCH, Proprietor. 3nteicd in the I'ost Office nt Versailles, Missouri'n3-i;et.'Jiil class mail' mntWr.. Subscription Trice,, J1.00 a Year, Thonn No. lOJ. Advertising Rates. Display ndrvlldiM; btfle year, to average fnur Incite or mure, 8!Jc. per Inch each Isnte. Professional cards, one lucji, Stt csjitj per month; two Inches, "s cents, ier month. Locals five line, or over, j cent er tine for first insertion; .'!c. per Hue fi r each milseiient Jt.ertlon, In Mack type 10 cents per line for lirst lnerll?fl,.5 cent per tine for each snlisc I lent iii-ett!dit. f.cgal advertising nt legal rates. special rates 011 pae advertisements. The Kind o! Letter We Like. Deebe, Ark., Oct- 4th, 1000 Tlie Rf.i'UIsmcan, Versailles, Mo. Within you'll fmd P. O. order (or $1.00 for your most excellent pa per. I've enjoyed reading it very much. It is' the next thing to v., visit. I may be permitted to look in on the editor imthiv ne.ar fiituM,. and...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 October 1909

H. K. ENLOE, 5 5 RESIDENT DENTIST. 74. Riy. LOCAL NEWS. 5 I . (Jo to E. A. Williams (or Lianniws and Oranges. The Versailles churches were Hcat- eil, artificially, Sunday, lor the first time this season. Fvr Sole. Oood property, 5- nooin house, lots of fruit. Call at this office. . Ktipion Oil is the best for all pur- - .it.. p- noses, especially me incuuaior, o aaflons for 90 cents, at E. A. Williams'. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Noyes left Saturday evening for the vicinity of the Monarch Coal Mines to visit rela tives a few days-. Missouf the Km look m Money to Lend On Real Estate Security. Richard II. Woods. r Sale Or Trade. or four standard' make Type- in fine condition and at a rrifice. Also a good talking u and records cheap. H. G. Ciiai.kant, Versailles, Mo. (J. w. McClelland. slracter, Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. Ml v, i'iu.iwii A I IUI VI 7 l i V.J VJ Versailles, Mo. Don't place your legal printing un til you have seen us. Tjiere is a reas on. 5-ROOM HOUSE, 4 lots, living wate...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 14 October 1909

m 1. f IF THE RICH FARMER OF T&OAT DOESNT WATCH OUT. That the American farmer li now bo rich that he no longer has the time or Inclination to milk his cowa is given aa the reason (or the high price of butter. -Chicago Kecord-Hearld. Alpha, la., Juno 2. The Honorable Josh Slmpklns of this place Is being urged by his friends to onter politics. He would run well with the conser vative element, being a man of large means even for Iowa. Alpbn, la., Sept. 28. Marie Slmpklns arrived from Paris yesterday ac companied by Count Pazaz, to whom she is engaged. Our esteemed fellow citizen, Josh Slmpklns, the wealthy farmer, was taken by surprise. Alpha, lu Dec. 18. Copies of tho eastern papers which have arrived here indicate that neighbor Josh Slmpklns' son Is cutting quite a dash. 17 IN KILLED IN TRAIN WRECK A. T. & S. F. FREIGHT CRASHES INTO CONSTRUCTION TRAIN WITH FIFTY LABORERS. VICTIMS STOOD ON FLAT CARS Crew of Work Train Disregards Or ders Freight Engine Runs Over Four Flat Cars,...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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